During the academic year 2021/22 I teach the following courses: 

  • The Politics of Peace after Civil War
  • War and Peace
  • Politics of Peacebuilding (MA)
  • + Director MA in Peace and Conflict Studies/Conflict, Governance and Development

2019/20 and 2020/21 

  • Democracy, Autocracy and State (DAS). 2nd year BA course (Convener, Lecturer, Seminars). (1) Autumn term reading list  (2) Spring term reading list
  • Introduction to Democratic Politics. 1st year BA course (2019/20, selected lectures in spring semester).

Past courses/Lectures I have taught

I have taught a variety of courses in International Relations, Politics, Peace and Conflict Studies, Development Studies, and Research Methods at the Universities of Cambridge, Bergen, and Oslo in both large lecture courses and small seminars. Here is a brief overview of courses I have developed and taught:

  • Post-colonial versus international state-building (Cambridge, Lent term 2017 and 2018). 2nd year undergraduate module- POL4). Full module.
  • Political parties in post-conflict states (Univ. of Bergen). MA – level Lectures and seminars (Course convener)
  • Qualitative Methods  (Univ. of Bergen). MA.
  • Politics and Development/STV2310 (Univ. of Oslo). BA, Lectures.
  • Selected Topics in Peace and Conflict Studies/STV4283 (Univ. of Oslo). MA-course Peace and Conflict Studies and Political Science.
  • Research Methods Political Science/STV 4020 (Univ. of Oslo). Qualitative methods and fieldwork. MA-course.
  • Research Methods and Fieldwork/UTV2000 (Univ. of Oslo). Undergraduate methods course Development Studies. Lectures and Seminars

Pervious supervision

  • Post-colonial versus international state-building (POL4, Cambridge Lent term 2017 and 2018).
  • Masters Dissertations (Univ. of Oslo and Bergen)
  • Dissertations/Independent Study Projects – Undergraduate (Univ. of Bergen).
  • PhD Supervision and mentoring
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